Haugesund Airport Reviews


Haugesund Airport Reviews

Haugesund Airport, Karmøy (Norwegian: Haugesund lufthavn, Karmøy; IATA: HAU, ICAO: ENHD) is an international airport serving the town of Haugesund, Rogaland county, Norway. It is located on the west side of the island and municipality of Karmøy, southwest of Haugesund. The airport was opened in 1975 and is operated by the state-owned Avinor.

In 2013 the Haugesund Airport had 701,326 passengers. Scheduled domestic flights to Oslo are operated by Scandinavian Airlines, and Norwegian Air Shuttle, while Widerøe operates flights to Bergen. Avinor granted a 90% reduction in the aviation fees on routes to international destinations, therefore Ryanair has started flying to its base at London Stansted Airport, serving the entire West Coast of Norway from Haugesund.

The Haugesund Airport resides at an elevation of 27 meters (87 ft) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 14/32 with an asphalt surface measuring 2,120 by 45 metres (6,955 ft × 148 ft). In 2013 the airport had 701,326 passengers, of which 247,746 were international, making Haugesund Norway’s eleventh-busiest airport. It served 9,814 aircraft movements and 233 tonnes of cargo.


ATMs / Cash Machines – info not available
Car Rentals – Avis • Sixt • Europcar • Hertz.
Food / Restaurants – There is a cafeteria located past security, but apparently visitors can also use the restaurant.
Luggage Storage / Lockers – info not available
Showers – not available
Internet: Free WiFi is available at the Haugesund Airport for two hours. Connect to the “Airport” network.

Airport opening hours:
5am-1am (Weekdays and Sun) • 5am-10pm (Sat)

Haugesund Airport Official Website

Haugesund Airport Map

Haugesund Airport Weather Forecast

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